Dining Chairs by Adam Stegner for Pagholz Flötotto, 1960s, Set of 4
Set of four chairs designed by Adam Stegner for the German label Pagwood Flötotto and distributed during the 60s, as office furniture and school, for Schulmöbel. This is a very resistant seat is made from multiple layers of resin and wood, steam folded, rosewood finish. Its almost anatomical shape like a glove adheres to the lumbar, providing extreme comfort to whom it sits. It stands (45 cm from the floor) on four black-lacquered metal legs. Note the design of the handle that holds back, as smile, a funny detail that finishes provide tremendous appeal to this unique seat.
L: 36 cm H: 76 cm P: 42 cm